The majority and the opposition have, at least, agreed on the process of opening negotiations with the EU.
At the ending of the two-day meeting of the Parliamentary Committee of the EU-Albania Stabilization Association, the parties have agreed to require EU member states recommend the opening of negotiations with Albania and to set a date.
Ora News' sources suggest that the resolution contains some of the opposition's proposals, such as the fight against organized crime, corruption and the necessity for free and fair elections.
The SP MP and co-chair of the Parliamentary Committee of the EU-Albania Stabilization Association, Taulant Balla, evaluated the full agreement with the opposition.
"Finally we have a full majority-opposition agreement on the recommendations.
"The main news for you is, certainly, the fact that we all got together, European and Albanian MPs, to ask member states to recommend the opening of negotiations with Albania and to set a date for starting the negotiations.
"The Committee also evaluated the achievements made so far in meeting the five key priorities in our path towards European integration.
"Of course, it is highly valued that our foreign policy is 100% compatible with that of the European Union," said Taulant Balla.
Even the head of the European Parliament delegation, Monica Macovei said she strongly believes that Albania will receive the recommendation for opening the negotiations.